Jane Maynard, of This Week for Dinner, is joining the Sodium Blog as a Guest Curator this fall.
New to the whole lower sodium way of eating? Getting started can feel a bit intimidating. This guide for beginning a lower sodium diet from The Kitchn is sure to make this new adventure much less scary.
From explaining why eating low-sodium is a good idea to six steps to getting started this article has it all. One of my favorite steps is all about why it is important to replace and not just simply remove salt, something one might not think of on their own. This article will make the start of your low-so journey a positive and successful one!
Jane Maynard, of This Week for Dinner, is joining the Sodium Blog as a Guest Curator this fall. Over the coming months Jane will share some of her favorite sources around the web to help inspire you to eat and live well -- and break up with salt! You can connect with Jane on Twitter at @janemaynard or via the This Week For Dinner Facebook page.
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